Mrs. Mike the Story of Katherine Mary Flannigan - Chapters Seven through Eight Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Seven through Eight Summary

On Mike's first day at work in Chapter Seven, Katherine decides she will make sandwiches for lunch and bring them to her husband. As she prepares the food, a six-year-old Indian girl visits her home. Katherine offers the shy girl a sandwich, which she stuffs in her mouth. Before Katherine knows it, thirty Indians are seated in her home. This is the first of what becomes a weekly luncheon and tea party.

In March, the land begins its thaw and Mike takes Katherine on a hike to see the rock shaped like a buffalo head. On their way, Mike points out a thin stream of moisture rising from snow bank. Katherine sees and is in awe to find that Mike has such Indian-like instincts that he identifies this as the breath of a bear hibernating. The two...

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